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Friday Rundown: Former IU football Coach Bill Mallory remembered, Alleged horse abuse in Monroe County, IU baseball to start NCAA Tournament play

More than a coach


IU's 1991 Copper Bowl​ shutout of Baylor was former IU football Coach Bill Mallory's second bowl victory with the Hoosiers. Mallory died May 25 at the age of 82. Arbutus File Photo


Former IU football Coach Bill Mallory left behind a legacy of caring and class during his time in Bloomington. Read more here.

Alleged horse abuse prompts Monroe County Sheriff investigation


A horse stands for a picture after the Monroe County Sheriff's Office started an investigation into the deaths of two other horses at a Monroe County property. Courtesy Photo


The carcasses of two dead horses were found at a property in northern Monroe County and have prompted a Monroe County Sheriff's Office investigation into animal neglect and abuse. Read more here.


IU baseball to begin NCAA Tournament play


Junior pitcher Jonathan Stiever pitches the ball against the Butler Bulldogs on March 30 at Bart Kaufman Field. Stiever was drafted by the Chicago White Sox on June 4. Evan De Stefano


After months of road trips, winning streaks, home runs and heartbreaks, the Hoosiers will head to Austin, Texas, to begin NCAA Tournament play Friday evening. Read more here.

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